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Mrs. Brown is a life member of the NAACP who has served as president in Greensville County. During her tenure, she's achieved several accomplishments such as writing a proclamation for Black History Month that includes the contributions of local African Americans. She has even advocated for the promotion of African Americans within the Emporia Police Department. This led to the first African American Chief of Police and the first African American Lieutenant. In addition, under her leadership, the NAACP in Greensville County has sponsored 20 high school students to participate on their Annual Freedom Fund Program. Mrs. Brown is Area 6 chair and serves on the following committees on the National Board of Directors of the NAACP: National Health Committee -Vice Chair, Election Supervisory Committee, Advocacy and Policy, Youth Works, Life Membership, and Housing.